FOUNDED IN 1982, the South London Singers are a chamber choir based in Beckenham, in the London Borough of Bromley. The choir performs a wide range of music from all periods. Under our current musical director Julian Collings, we seek to take on new challenges with a repertoire that today extends from Palestrina and Bach to John Tavener and Arvo Pärt.
To learn more about our activities, select a link in the navigation bar at the top of the page.
The SLS have vacancies in all parts. If you think you would be interested in joining the South London Singers, why not come along to one of our Monday night rehearsals? For full details about joining us, click here.
For information on how to book for one of our concerts, call the South London Singers Booking Office on 020 8656 2815. We publish a brochure for the upcoming season in late August or early September. Call the Box Office For a copy. For up-to-date details of all our concerts please visit our Concerts page.
Saturday 3 June 2017
Church of St James the Great,
MUSIC FOR A SUMMER EVENING
A concert featuring a selection of music drawn from our general repertoire, including items from the current season, with accompanist David Thorne and harpist Keziah Thomas. Read more.
Saturday 15 July 2017
Beckenham Methodist Church
WITCHES AND WIZARDS
A concert version of Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas and a choral medley from The Wizard of Oz. Read more.
After their July concert, the South London Singers will be taking their annual summer break, but they are already looking forward to next season. The choir has two dates in their diary, and you may like to put them in yours too.
The first concert is scheduled for Saturday 11 November (full programme details to follow). This event will be followed by our Carols for Charity concert, which will take place on Saturday 16 December. The venue for both these concerts will be posted to this site soon.
The South London Singers are affiliated to Making Music, the National Federation of Music Societies, a support organisation for amateur choirs, orchestras and voluntary music promoters throughout the UK, and also to the Bromley Arts Council, which aims to maintain, improve and develop the arts in the borough of Bromley.